Goodbyes Quotes (134 quotes)
Saying goodbye to someone you love is the hardest thing to do. However, when circumstances force you to shift far away or breakup, you will have no choice but to say goodbye to that person. The people we love in our lives have the capacity to change our lives forever. There are those we love only for them to end up breaking our hearts; there are those we love and our lives become much better. Being in love with someone is something we cannot avoid in life.
Goodbye Poems about saying goodbye to the one we loved. Sad Love Poems about breaking up and saying goodbye. Poems about leaving someone you love.
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I have this feeling, That my love for you has no more meaning. What I thought of you, I have no more intent. I leave you with no fragment of love any further extent. You came into my heart, And you made it fall apart, Now I claim you no longer my sweetheart. Your welcome is long gone, I watch you go till dawn. I open my mind and let it unwind, My thoughts all inclined, Words I own I give you, My hearts need to be rescued. My trust was my last defense, Mind and heart felt so immense.
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Lindsay Alayne Stevens Dec The Bridge to Nowhere. I remember your simple hello Your nervous chuckle Your silly smile. I remember smiling back And inviting you to sit. Our first meeting on the bridge to nowhere I remember sneaking out after dark To meet you there Just to lay on the bare wooden boards Staring at the moon I remember the smell of flowers that spring branches blooming nearby The smell of smoke and spices Forever embedded in your clothes.
Find the best sad love poems here. Read our love hurts, sorry and breakup love poems. Melancholy love poetry can describe the pain and pleasure of love, as this lost love poem does. But if I'd never met you, I wouldn't know the pleasure Of ecstasy's warm gifts And memories to treasure. Now moving on with life, I force a wistful grin, Questioning what went wrong, Wondering what might have been.